This song is from the Dowland manuscript. Like "The Cobbler," it was a popular folk song. In Francis Beaumont's Knight of the Burning Pestle, old Merrythought sings:
Go from my window, love, go;
Go from my window, my dear;
The wind and the rain
Will drive you back again,
You cannot be lodged here.
Chappell's book, mentioned in the note on p.52, gives further information about this song on p.140.
Technically the piece should not present too much difficulty provided that care is taken to notice where the fingering indicates a change from first to second position or the reverse. There is considerable variety in the variations, and the rhythmic differences should be emphasized for contrast. Suggested tempo is 96 beats per minute.
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